Office of Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs is one of four administrative divisions at UNC Charlotte.  The Office of Academic Affairs/Office of the Provost oversees all operations of the Division of Academic Affairs, providing administrative oversight and academic leadership.

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Latest News

Accounting Research Workshop
February 21, 2017
The Belk College of Business and Turner School of Accountancy are pleased to welcome Professor Ya-Wen Yang from Wake Forest University. She will present her paper entitled, "Does Breaking the Glass Ceiling Raise the Ethical Floor? The Conditional Effects of Executive and Board Gender on Corporate Ethics." The presentation will be held in the Friday Building, Room 212, at 10:30 AM on February 24, 2017.

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Apply Now to Teach in an Active Learning Classroom!
February 20, 2017
If you wish to teach in the Active Learning Classrooms, Kennedy 234 or Kennedy 236, during the Fall 2017 semester, please complete the short Request for Kennedy form linked below.   REQUEST TO TEACH IN KENNEDY 234 (seats 36) FOR FALL 2017

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Faculty Council Call for Nominations
February 20, 2017
The Faculty of UNC Charlotte are charged with the responsibility for making policy decisions regarding the curriculum, academic standards, and the allocation of internal research funds.  They are also charged with important advisory responsibilities regarding our working schedule and conditions, the University budget, facilities planning, administrative appointments, and other elements of institutional policy and operation that touch the faculty directly and indirectly.

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National Consortium for Data Science seeks faculty members for Data Fellows program
February 20, 2017
The National Consortium for Data Science (NCDS), a public-private partnership to advance data science and capitalize on the opportunities of a data-rich society, seeks participants for its 2017 – 2018 Data Fellows program.

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Mid-Semester Report of Unsatisfactory Progress and Courses with All Satisfactory Grades
February 13, 2017
Web grading capability is available for faculty to assign Unsatisfactory Progress grades for all students.  If, for any reason, you are unable to access your class list to assign unsatisfactory grades, please contact Elise Mickey in the Registrar’s Office at ext. 7-5485.  Please note that this process is only intended to solicit unsatisfactory progress, not a grade for all students. Faculty are also asked to report if all grades are satisfactory in the course in addition to submitting unsatisfactory grades.

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